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post #531 of 1518 (permalink) Old 01-22-2013, 04:24 PM
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The H100 fits in my InWin Dragon Rider in the top. Requires slightly longer screws to do push pull or 1 set of slim fans. Will fit in push/pull with normal size 120mm fans with clearance to spare.
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post #532 of 1518 (permalink) Old 01-22-2013, 04:58 PM
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The H100i fits in my Thermaltake Chaser MK-i case, and it can be mounted on the top of the case or on the inside... the difficulty of attaching it to my CPU is another matter entirely. Lol

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Fits 300R but along with the OP stating that ram might be an issue. If your mobo has large VRM heatsinks it may hit. Here's some recent shot's of a build I did for my wife. As you can see its a close fit.




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post #534 of 1518 (permalink) Old 01-22-2013, 05:26 PM
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^ This is what I worried about with my HAF 912 and exactly why I went with the H80i. I just don't like how close that sits to the ram but at least you got it to fit.

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Hey DUpgrade nice GPU cooling!! I was thinking of getting some for my GTX 580. I'm having trouble finding some thought frown.gif I live in Australia so its a bit harder to find I think. Any site suggestions?

I'm not sure what you mean by my GPU cooling, the GPU came with the DualX fans. What kind of temps are you getting using the stock cooling? Are you overclocking your GPU at all? At any rate the closest thing I can find for an aftermarket cooler for your GPU available in your country is

Arctic Cooling Accelero Xtreme II VGA Cooler -3x92mm Fan, Fluid Dynamic Bearing, 900-2000rpm, 0.5dBA - For Nvidia GTX 680,670,580,570,560Ti,560SE, Radeon ATI 7870,7850,6970,6950,6870 - $89.85

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I'm not sure what you mean by my GPU cooling, the GPU came with the DualX fans. What kind of temps are you getting using the stock cooling? Are you overclocking your GPU at all? At any rate the closest thing I can find for an aftermarket cooler for your GPU available in your country is

Arctic Cooling Accelero Xtreme II VGA Cooler -3x92mm Fan, Fluid Dynamic Bearing, 900-2000rpm, 0.5dBA - For Nvidia GTX 680,670,580,570,560Ti,560SE, Radeon ATI 7870,7850,6970,6950,6870 - $89.85

Thumbs up for the AC range of GPU coolers, they are great and offer excellent cooling at low noise. However; remember that they are not an exhausting cooler, meaning you have a shed load more hot air to dump out of your case. If your H series is set up as exhaust then it's this warm air that you're sending through your rad.

I used to have the AC Accelero Xtreme for my HD 5970, can't remember exact figures but something like 30% loaded temperature drop at 20-40% of the noise level thumb.gif
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The H100 fits in my InWin Dragon Rider in the top. Requires slightly longer screws to do push pull or 1 set of slim fans. Will fit in push/pull with normal size 120mm fans with clearance to spare.
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The H100i fits in my Thermaltake Chaser MK-i case, and it can be mounted on the top of the case or on the inside... the difficulty of attaching it to my CPU is another matter entirely. Lol

Great thread!!

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Fits 300R but along with the OP stating that ram might be an issue. If your mobo has large VRM heatsinks it may hit. Here's some recent shot's of a build I did for my wife. As you can see its a close fit.




Thanks fella, nice post!

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Picked up a H80i from Microcenter for $85. Was looking at the H100i but worried it wouldn't fit in my HAF 912. My only concern is the fans that come with this newer model, I'm tempted to go out and buy SP120 quiet twin pack. Wondering if I should be concerned with the exhaust fans mounted to the top? I have dual 120mm but thought about removing those completely or replacing them with AF120 quiet twin pack or one 200mm megaflow.

Dont worry performance is almost the same..

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Fits 300R but along with the OP stating that ram might be an issue. If your mobo has large VRM heatsinks it may hit. Here's some recent shot's of a build I did for my wife. As you can see its a close fit.




Yeah it do fit in some setups.. Like in my friends rig or in mine i was having problems with the CPU power cables which i had to bent slighty to accomodate the fans...

Freaking love the 300R.. Right now is the cheapest piece on my setup and still dont want to trade it off...

So simple/elegant it looks just like a pc no fancy crap or nothing....

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H80i, fits fine into a Corsair Carbide 500r (with both fans attached).
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1) The 'tubing' can appear as very stiff, but as you can see from the pic (http://i.imgur.com/0YFuj1o.jpg) you can bend it quite a bit.
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Hi
My h80i came today. i have a problem with backplate to mount back side of asus P8Z77V DELUXE motherboard. Problem is about backplate loose. i mount all screws but backplate is still loose. So i have to add washers between backplate and motherboard. Now it isnot loose anymore. is there anybody who had a problem like mine?

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